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– 25 percent of women don’t expect to reach above an entry-level role – About a third of women expect to reach less than a salary of $50,000 during their career – 82 percent of employers believe there should be pay transparency in the U.S. CHICAGO and ATLANTA, April 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Equal pay for equal work? Maybe not, according to CareerBuilder’s Equal Pay Day (April 10) survey on men and women in the workplace. Nearly a third of women (32 percent) do not think they are making the same pay as men in their organization...

Chevrolet Bolt debuts as Top Pick for Compact Green Car, Toyota Camry takes top honors as Midsized Car, and Ford F-150 named as best Full-Sized Pickup. YONKERS, NY — Consumer Reports today announced that seven new vehicles that made its 2018 Annual Top Picks list—the Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry, Chevrolet Bolt, Toyota Sienna, Ford F-150, BMW X3, and Audi A4. The Top Picks list of 10 cars and trucks was released at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., before the respected Washington Automotive Press Association. The...

According to a study conducted by Pew Research Center, 92 percent of teens (13-17 years old) report they go online daily. So what do you do to protect your child from the dangers of something that’s such a part of their lives?  Here are some tips for parenting in the Digital Age: 1.) Tweak Location and Privacy Settings Keeping up with family members through GPS may give you peace of mind, but it’s important to limit your child’s location only to the people who absolutely need it. Making sure your kids have their location disabled...

We all have that Facebook friend — or 10 — who regularly posts photos of his or her fitness pursuits: on the elliptical at the gym, hiking through the wilderness, crossing a 10K finish line. The goal of those posters might be to brag, to inspire or simply to share a part of their lives with friends. But what they may also be doing, for better or worse, is influencing the health of their social media pals, according to a study by researchers at Texas State University and the University of Arizona. Researchers found that the...

CR recommends keeping these potent detergent-filled packets out of households with cognitively-impaired adults—and away from children. YONKERS, NY — As part of its ongoing investigation into the potential hazards of liquid laundry packets, Consumer Reports, the leading not-for-profit consumer organization, has discovered that they can pose a lethal threat to adults with dementia who may mistake them as edible. The packets have long been regarded as a danger to young children. In one case, an 87-year-old woman with dementia, living...

Jinjoo Cho Violin Paramount Theatre Saturday, February 24, 7:30 p.m. The ASO is thrilled to invite the most recent Gold Medalist from the Indianapolis International Violin Competition Jinjoo Cho to the ASO. Ms. Cho will perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concert o in D Major. Originally from South Korea, Jinjoo currently resides in Ohio where she is the founder of ENCORE Chamber Music, a chamber music program for high school and college students in Cleveland. Additionally, Jinjoo is on the part-time faculty of Oberlin Conservatory and the...